With the introduction of Mixed Reality Technology using Microsoft HoloLens 2, HCG – the Specialist in Cancer Care is taking a significant step towards closing the gaps that exist in cancer care. This latest addition to HCG’s ever-expanding healthcare expertise is interactive, seamless, and collaborative. This technology empowers doctors to make the greatest clinical decisions and provide the best care to cancer patients. This technology leverages HCG’s proven experience and expertise in delivering superior precision cancer care solutions.
How Does Mixed Reality Work for Cancer Care?
Mixed reality technology with Microsoft HoloLens 2 facilitates health professionals in making diagnosis and treatment simple for cancer patients while also keeping them safe.
This platform makes use of multiple sensors, superior optics and holographic processing. Using Dynamics 365 Remote Assist, which can be accessed on Windows, Android, or iOS devices, this technology can help our specialists in bridging some of the important care gaps that exist in tier 2 and tier 3 cities across the country. Through knowledge exchange, simulated training, and individualised patient care, this technology can change the way we see, treat and manage cancers.
Starting from enabling planning and visualisation before surgery to providing training to nurses to navigate through challenges that they encounter in day-to-day practice and leveraging the collaboration and communication between doctors and patients, mixed reality technology has a lot to offer to the field of oncology.
Mixed Reality Technology with Microsoft HoloLens 2 benefits patients in the following ways:
- Collaboration between specialists across the network (hubs, tier 2 and tier 3 cities) for better patient care
- Seamless interaction on immersive 3-D platforms to offer the best possible treatment
- Reduced time-to-care for patients by empowering healthcare teams to work independently
- Enhanced support in surgical planning
- Positive impact on the diagnosis and treatment precision
- Positive impact on the overall patient experience
Frequently Asked Questions
This technology allows the doctors from tier 2 and tier 3 cities to effortlessly collaborate with specialists from our hubs or centres of excellence in order to ensure that the patients are treated in the best possible way. This collaboration positively impacts the treatment experience for patients while also improving the quality of clinical outcomes. In other words, this technology enables every patient at HCG to avail themselves of prompt and best-in-class treatment.
Yes, the main aim of having the extended reality lab at HCG is to ensure that patients can access personalised or individualised care, irrespective of the region they reside in. This technology allows specialists to thoroughly understand each patient’s medical condition, his/her current health status, etc., before planning surgery. The degree of personalisation achieved this way will have a positive impact on the overall outcome of the case.
This technology helps medical teams to work independently and thereby reduce the time-to-care for patients. By reducing the response time, it also enhances the treatment experience for patients.